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I've blogged before about "penny pinching in the cloud." I'll update that series for 2017 soon, but the underlying concepts still apply. Many if you are still using bigger virtual machines than are needed when doing IaaS (Infrastructure as a Service) or when doing PaaS (Platform as a Service) folks are doing "one website per App Service." That's super expensive.
This article is devoted to the GetHashCode method and the GetHashCode implementation in the .NET Framework. The article also discusses the different behavior of the method for reference types and value types. The topic is quite interesting and any self-respecting .NET developer needs to know it. So let’s go!
The Visual Studio (VS) engineering teams have shifted into overdrive as they curate the next major release of their flagship IDE. Rather than resting on their laurels, they're making informed decisions while iterating at warp speed with a high degree of quality and innovation.
The string data type is one of the most significant data types in any programming language. You can hardly write a useful program without it. Nevertheless, many developers do not know certain aspects of this type. Therefore, let’s consider these aspects.